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cape Gazette BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE FR,DAY, NOVEMBER 21- UONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2014 Sl Gift to CHEF from r Squared Design to fund planting for Consortium students Rex Rogosch, owner of the planting beds to give students tium students." interior design store r Squared hands-on experience with grow- "This is a great example of Design in Rehoboth, wanted to ing and maintaining plants and how a local business can both combine a customer entertain- flowers. Rogosch thought this support its mission and have a ment function with a fundraising would be a great project to fund. meaningful educational impact," initiative that would benefit the "When we found out about said Rick Grier Reynolds, CHEF community, how CHEF's programs benefit president. "We applaud Rex and The result was a highly suc- students in need, including an r Squared for their generous and cessful event that raised $500 anti-bullying initiative, we de- thoughtful contribution." for Cape Henlopen Educational cided to use one of our Saturday Since 2006, CHEF has funded Foundation, a nonprofit com- Champagne and Shop eventsover 150 teacher grant requests, mitted to supporting unfunded to help CHEF raise money. I as well as performing arts schol- educational programs for the personally was a bullied youth arships and program initiatives eight Cape district schools, and did not have the support totaling more than $90,000 in Rather than contribute to a resources to help me cope with educational aid to Cape schools. general fund, Rogosch wanted to what was happening. So we're More information about CHEF, allocate his dollars to a program pleased to provide financial including how to volunteer and that would help students with resources to create a positive donate, is available at www.cap- disabilities. CHEF connected learning experience for Consor- eeducationfund.org. him with the Sussex Consor- tium, which provides intensive SUBMITTED PHOTO REX ROGOSCH arid Wayne Knaub from r Squared Design (far right, back row) join CHEF board member Jeff Gordon (front row, kneeling) and "gar- deners in training" from the Sussex Consortium (I-r) Dyllan Mansfield, Robby Morrison, Peyton Snay, Oscar Torrez-Rocha, Kain Covington, Noah Noll, Beth- any Berry, David Frederick, Jonah McCormick, Ashlie Workman, Sole Pavon, Anthony Adelino, Travis Pusey. academic, functional, vocational and behavioral interventions for students with moderate to severe disabilities. Linda Romanowski, special education teacher for the Con- sortium, had approached CHEF about funding to build raised Gallo Continued from page 46 duPont Hospital for Children in W'flmington. The drive is collect- ing items to help families staying at the Ronald McDonald House during their children's treatment, which can be for an extensive period. The items needed include: foods such as individually wrapped snacks, cereal, canned meats, popcorn, tea; kitchen supplies, such as dishwasher detergent, paper towels, storage containers, disposable foil cas- serole pans; office supplies, such as letter-size paper and postage stamps; cleaning supplies, such as disinfectant cleaner, disin- fectant wipes, polish, scouring sponges; and household items such metal luggage racks, sets of towels, and plastic hangers. For more details, visit the website at www.rmhde.org. "These everyday items, which are not expensive, make a world of difference to a family going through a crisis," said Sandy Wright, sales manager and bro- ker. "It's amazing what your donation can do to make a dif- ficult experience a little easier for people." The public is asked to drop off contributions to the Gallo Realty Rehoboth Beach office at 37230 Rehoboth Ave. Ext. or the Lewes office at 16712 Kings Highway anytime Monday through Sat- urday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The collection campaign runs through Sunday, Nov. 30. For more information, call 302-645- 6661. Visit www.GoToGallo.com for more information about Berk- shire Hathaway HomeServices Gallo Realty. OPEN SATURDAY, 11/22 • 1-3PM! 10 Pine Reach, Henlopen Acres, Rehoboth Beach Create beach traditions in this stately 7BR, ocean block home. Walk or bike to private beach club, Rehoboth's Boardwalk, restaurants or shops[ $2,695,000. THE GLADE! Updated 3BR home w/2 mstr stes, HW, great closets & custom built-ins, Rehoboth, $509,000. TIDES-REHOBOTH! Enjoy the view from 3rd fir, 3BR end unit condo in elevator bldg, upgraded kitchen, $359,000. 2 BLOCKS TO OCEAN! 3BR TH East of Rt 1! New kitchen w/granite, new paint & carpet; master w/deck, Dewey, $395,000. BEACH BLOCK! Recently upgraded 3BR ocean blk condo w/lovely ocean views from deck, Rehoboth! $875,000. HUNTERS MILL ESTATES! Spacious 3BR ranch w/sunroom on large lot; Split floorplan, FP, garage, Milton, $219,900. REHOBOTH BCH YCT & CC! 4BR Colonial on lagoon w/bay views, pool, 1st fir mstr, sunroom, Rehoboth Beach! $1,395,000. EASY WALK TO BEACH OR TOWN! 1 in an enclave of 8 single family homes in Cottages at Philadelphia Place. Sophisticated layout w/4 master BRs, 3 gas FPs, office/den, finished bsmt w/bar & built-ins + game rm. Outside shower & a garage! South Rehoboth, $1,675,000. 2 HOMES IN 1! 3BR ranch + 2BR log home under 1 roof on 4.7ac in private setting. 4 garage bays, Harbeson, $449,999. B UlO ] ',; ONE VIRGINIA AVE! 2BR/2BA condo in oceanfront bidg w/striking views of the ocean & lake, Rehoboth, $640,000 HEARTHSTONE MANOR! Beautiful pond views from this spacious,lst fir, 2BR/2BA condo in pool comm. Milford, $135,000. LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! • 32 Tiffany Dr, Midway Ests, Rehoboth; Se/ler to pay ALL transfer taxes/ ................................................. $125,000. • 2 lots, Central'Ave, Zoned C1, Behoboth ....................... $175,000 each. • Lots 83, 84 Perrydale Green, Lewes, ................................................... $65~000. • 503 Union St, in-town Milton, ................................................... $55,000. • 2008 N. Bay Shore, Back Bay Cove, ................................................. $525,000. • 28634 Oak Ave, Commercial on Rt 113; Millsboro ................................. $599,000. • 135 Acres Hwy 113, Selbyville, ................................................ $4,000,000. • 113 Acres zoned NR, Clayton Ave, Frankford ............................. $2,000,000. • 1.89 Acre Lot, Clayton Ave, Frankford, ................................................. $100,000. • 5.7 Acre lot, Clayton Ave, Frankford, ................................................. $199,000. • 5.5 Acre Lot, Rd ~1, Dagsboro, ................................................. $115,000. . Lot 47 Sundance Ln, Waterfront, Villages at Herring Creek, Lewes ........ $585,000. • 6+ Acres, Savannah Rd, Lewes, .: .......................... $1,400,000. • 21+ Acres approved for retail, Rt 24, .............................................. $3,900,000. o 102 & 104 Blue Heron Dr, Slaughter Beach .............................. $75,000 each. • 3.75 acres Hopkins St, Agricultural Land, Bethel ....................................... $85,000. All measurements are approximate.